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Welcome to the holiday region Heidiland in Eastern Switzerland

Information about Corona virus

When planning your stay, please note that the following measures are expected to apply until mid-March 2021: Hotels and ski resorts will remain open under strict protection concepts.

All restaurants (exception: restaurants in hotel facilities for hotel guests), cafés and bars are closed. Restaurants in ski resorts must also remain closed. Some establishments offer take-away as an alternative. Outdoor recreational facilities such as zoos but also museums may open from 1 March. Indoor leisure facilities such as cinemas, theatres, clubs, wellness centres, indoor swimming pools, casinos etc. will remain closed).

In general, the Federal Council calls on the population to keep their social contacts to a minimum and to observe the general rules of conduct and hygiene.

FAQ about Corona virus

Do I have to expect travel restrictions to Switzerland?

Entry: Those entering by air must present a negative Corona test prior to departure, regardless of the country from which they are entering. The test must be a PCR test - rapid tests are not recognized as proof of entry. A negative test result must also be presented by anyone who has been in a country with an increased risk of infection within the last ten days prior to entry. This also applies if the person enters the country by bus, train or car. The entry must be reported to the responsible cantonal authority within two days. For Great Britain, South Africa and Brazil an entry ban applies until further notice.

Registration obligation: From now on, all travelers must enter their data using an online form, regardless of whether they are arriving by plane, bus, train or ship. The electronic entry form can be filled out before or during travel via a computer or smartphone. Travelers will then receive a QR code by email, which must be shown on the smartphone or as a printed confirmation at immigration control. People from border areas who enter by land (train excluded) are exempt from the registration requirement.

Quarantine: In Switzerland, there is a quarantine obligation of ten days for people entering from countries or areas with an increased risk of infection. The ten-day quarantine can be shortened to seven days. The prerequisite is that the person concerned has himself tested - seven days after entry - and the result is negative. The consent of the responsible cantonal authority is also required. Anyone who tests negative on the seventh day can apply to the respective canton to end the quarantine. The person must bear the test costs themselves. The quarantine obligation also applies to children.

It should be noted that Switzerland is also on the risk list in some countries. Travelers must therefore enter a domestic quarantine immediately upon return from Switzerland. Detailed information can be obtained from the responsible offices in the respective countries.

Infoline for persons entering Switzerland: T +41 58 464 44 88, daily 6 a.m. to 11 p.m.

Last update on 02-08-2021 by Olga Shostak.

What currently applies in Switzerland or in individual cantons?

The Federal Council has decided on initial relaxations that will apply until mid-March 2021. For example, assemblies and meetings of up to 15 people are permitted in public and private spaces. Private meetings indoors are still limited to 5 people. All shops, outdoor sports facilities, museums and libraries will be allowed to open on 1 March 2021. Cantons may in principle enact further measures. Click here for the official information pages of the cantons of St. Gallen and Graubünden.

Last update on 02-25-2021 by Olga Shostak.

Are ski resorts open?

The ski areas in the canton of St. Gallen are open, subject to compliance with the relevant protection concepts. Further information on the current offer and any restrictions can be found on the websites of the ski resorts Flumserberg and Pizol. Ski rental is still allowed ("Click and collect"). It is recommended to get information about the rental possibilities directly from the providers on site. The ski schools also remain open, taking into account special protection concepts.

Last update on 01-19-2021 by Olga Shostak.

Which rules apply to the ski operation?

The Flumserberg and Pizol cableways inform about the current measures concerning ski operation in the region on their respective websites. In general, the Federal Council issued generally valid rules for ski areas (as of December 11, 2020). These include:

  • Gondolas and cable cars may only be filled up to two thirds of their capacity.
  • It is compulsory to wear masks when queuing, on lifts, in cable cars and gondolas.
  • A minimum distance of 1.5 meters must be maintained when queuing.

Last update on 01-14-2021 by Adrian Pfiffner.

Does a mask obligation apply and if so, where?

A mask must be worn in all indoor areas accessible to the public. The mask requirement for over 12-year-olds applies in all churches, shopping stores, train stations, airports, bus and streetcar stops, and hotels. In public transport, the mask obligation has already been in place since the summer. Detailed information on the compulsory wearing of masks can be found on the information page of the BAG.

Last update on 12-21-2020 by Olga Shostak.

What regulations apply to stores, restaurants and leisure establishments?

Restaurants and bars remain closed for the time being, including in ski resorts. Restaurant businesses in hotels that are only available to hotel guests, as well as meal delivery services and take-away businesses, are allowed to be open until 11 pm. Shops will be allowed to reopen from 1 March 2021. Entertainment businesses such as cinemas, theatres and indoor sports and leisure facilities (such as wellness or ice sports centres) will also remain closed until the end of February. Exceptions are museums, libraries, outdoor recreation facilities and wellness facilities for hotel guests.

Last update on 02-25-2021 by Olga Shostak.

What applies in accommodation establishments?

Hotels and accommodations such as holiday apartments or campsites open under observance of special protection concepts. For hotel guests, the hotel infrastructure such as wellness facilities or gastronomy may continue to be maintained. It is advisable to contact the respective company directly on site to find out about any restrictions imposed by the current measures to combat Covid-19.

Last update on 01-14-2021 by Olga Shostak.

How many people are allowed in a vacation apartment?

A maximum of five people may participate in events with family and friends. This naturally also includes joint vacations of all kinds. Thus, the 5-person rule also applies to vacation homes. Family constellations with more than five persons (families with more than three children, 3-generation or patchwork families) may occupy a vacation home if they normally all live in the same household.

Last update on 01-19-2021 by Adrian Pfiffner.

Are events permitted?

Public meetings are prohibited until further notice. Meetings in public spaces are limited to 15 people.

Last update on 02-25-2021 by Olga Shostak.

What to do in case of cancellation?

In case of cancellations and possible cancellation costs in connection with Covid-10, we ask you to contact the landlord/landlady directly. The insurance benefits and insurance cover must be clarified on an individual basis.

Last update on 10-30-2020 by Olga Shostak.

Are the Heidiland tourist offices open?

The Heidiland tourist offices in Bad Ragaz and Flumserberg are open. The team at the headquarter can also be reached during usual business hours.

Last update on 09-30-2020 by Olga Shostak.

Leisure paradise in Eastern Switzerland

Clear air, impressive mountains, deep blue lakes and above all the Heidi myth, which has retained its great magic: In the holiday region Heidiland, Lake Walen with Churfirsten, the summer and winter sports areas Flumserberg and Pizol, the Sarganserland with its side valleys and the vineyards of the Bündner Herrschaft form the backdrop for recreational experiences with added value. The tourism region in the border region of the cantons of St. Gallen and Graubünden can be reached via motorways or by train from Zurich or Lake Constance within one hour.

Families immerse themselves in the world of Heidi and Peter at the original site of Heidi history, active guests are on their way between lake and mountain with a hiking backpack or mountain bike or regenerate in the health resort Bad Ragaz. Wine staggers, over a dozen gourmet restaurants and local culture await connoisseurs. In the cold season, the winter sport areas of Flumserberg and Pizol with over 100 km of slopes are a delight.

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